FaceBook Group: Environment is My Voting Issue in Canada

Tue, 2007-12-18 22:30Kevin Grandia
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FaceBook Group: Environment is My Voting Issue in Canada

If you're on Facebook, please take a moment to add your name to our latest project called: “The Environment is My Voting Issue in Canada.”

For over a year and half, polls have identified the environment as the # 1 concern for Canadians.  

Using social media tools like Facebook we can send a message to the Government of Canada that their performance on environmental issues will be judged at the ballot box.

Through collective action we can make the environment the top voter priority in the next federal election.

You can make a difference and there are millions of Canadians that are just as concerned as you are.

Please sign up today and urge your friends to do the same. 

Comments

Hi,

I'm a geologist who has studied climate, and I'm telling people not to vote based on the environment.

The reasons are:
1. The supposed crisis is all hype. Natural disasters are not on the rise.
2. The supposed crisis is not man-made. CO2 is not responsible for global warming and can't be related to temperature except during the past 3 million years or so (http://ourworld.compuserve.com/homepages/dp5/warm2.gif); the fact that we are leaving an ice age is the reason temperatures are rising.
3. Therefore any attempt to prevent the Earth's warming back to its normal state is extremely dangerous.

100 Prominent Scientists Warn Against 'Futile Climate Action' http://epw.senate.gov/public/index.cfm?FuseAction=Minority.Blogs&ContentRecord_id=d4b5fd23-802a-23ad-4565-3dce4095c360&Issue_id=

Carbon Dioxide is not linked to climate:
http://www.oism.org/pproject/s33p36.htm

or come discuss it here:
http://www.facebook.com/group.php?gid=2253091795

Scientists normally stay out of politics, but they are coming together in alarm now, now that politicians have started using falsified science to scare people into misallocating billions of dollars and passing ridiculous laws.

If you are a geologist, give us some references to the peer reviewed articles you have written on any aspect of geology. Then tell us what peer reviewed research you have published on any aspect of climate change.

The links you have provided are not credible.

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climate change, IPCC

Human interference with the climate system is occurring, and climate change poses risks for human and natural systems.” IPCC WGII AR5

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